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Elite NYC Location Hosts Invitation-Only Real Estate Networking Events

Approximately 150 of real estate’s Power Brokers and leading visionaries will gather in New York City later this month to participate in a unique industry think tank designed to chart the path ahead to real estate success. ...


Foreclosures Down 25% from a Year Ago: CoreLogic

There were fewer foreclosures in July than a year ago, while properties in the foreclosure pipeline also fell as the housing market continued improving, according to recent data released by CoreLogic®. ...


Relentless. Committed. Persistent.

These are the words I use to describe my 5-year-old son, Campbell. Now don’t get me wrong, he is cute and cuddly on the outside, but on the inside he is a lean, mean, selling machine. ...


Apartment and Condominium Market Gains Momentum in Second Quarter

Production of apartments and condominiums gained momentum in the second quarter of 2013, according to the latest Multifamily Production Index (MPI), released recently by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). The index increased nine points to 61, which is the ...


Living Smart: Deck Maintenance

(MCT)—One of the joys of late summer and early fall is spending deck time with family and friends. That is, of course, unless your outdoor structure has become a debris-laden, splintering eyesore. ...


Celebrities Delve into House Flipping

(MCT)—In Tinseltown, even movie stars can be found playing the home-flipping game — and this year they’ve upped the ante. ...


Setting a Higher Standard for Service

When it comes to great service, today’s customers don’t always know how to define it, but they definitely “know it when they see it.” Unfortunately, too many consumers have become accustomed to substandard service and are literally ...


Do’s and Don’ts of Powerful Listing Presentations

As today’s real estate industry continues to become more cut-throat, real estate professionals are re-evaluating their marketing tactics to set themselves apart from the competition. Let’s face it; a buyer or seller’s first impression of you weighs heavily on their decision ...


U.S Agencies Propose an Ease in Mortgage Requirements

Big news is circulating the housing sector as six regulatory agencies recently proposed an eased version of the Qualified Residential Mortgage proposal. This new proposal provides more Americans with access to affordable credit while encouraging a reliable, safe financial system. The ...


Home Prices Surge in June, Double-Digits Continue, All Tracked Cities Showing Gains

(MCT)—Home prices in large U.S. cities rose sharply in June, marking the fourth consecutive double-digit gain for the nation’s leading home price index. ...


Are Higher Mortgage Rates Prompting a Pause in New-Home Sales?

Sales of newly built, single-family homes declined 13.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 394,000 units in July as higher mortgage rates prompted a temporary pause in buying activity, according to newly released data from HUD and the U.S. ...


Must-Haves: Porches on 90 Percent of New Homes in 4 Southern States

Regional Spotlight—There is a clear geographic pattern to the exterior amenities included on new homes, according to data from the Survey of Construction (SOC). Among Census divisions, the highest incidence of one of these amenities occurs in the East South Central ...


Time on Market Falls to 8.6 Weeks

Houses are selling faster in America than they have in three and a half years, the height of the homebuyer tax credit, as the recovery continues to roar through the summer months despite predictions the torrid pace of sales will slow. ...


10 Tips Every Homebuyer Needs to Know before Buying

Buying a home can be confusing, especially for first-time homebuyers. ...


House Prices Continue to Rise

Nationally, house prices continued to rise in the second quarter of 2013. According to the most recent release by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, U.S. house prices rose by 2.1 percent on a quarter-over-quarter seasonally adjusted basis. This is the eighth ...


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